You can catch live action online, through YouTube, Indiatimes streams, or using mobile apps
BANGALORE, INDIA: It's double dhamaka on Sunday, with Kings XI Punjab facing off with Pune Warriors India, who are smarting under the 22-run defeat against Sunrisers Hyderabad, who, in turn, are locking horns with an upbeat Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). In a thriller on Thursday, RCB got the better of the much-fancied Mumbai Indians.
While not many would disagree that there is nothing like catching the action live from the stadium, there might be others who can't physically make it to the venues. But they can take heart from the fact that there are plentiful other avenues for them to take in the cricket extravaganza from the comfort of their homes, offices or even when they are traveling.
Fret not, you have several online streaming options to watch it live, including on your computers, mobiles, tablets or other devices.
If you want to watch it on your desktop, Indiatimes, run by IPL 6's global Internet, mobile and audio rights' partner, Times Internet, is a great option. It has tied up with YouTube to provide live streaming with a five-minute delay.
Apart from that, avid T20 fans can also follow matches on Indiatimes' YouTube channel using Google+ Hangout.
BoxTV.com, an online video streaming service by Times Internet, also is an official live feed provider of IPL 6. If you have the BoxTV app downloaded to your handheld devices, you might as well watch it on your mobiles and tablets.
Likewise, DigiVive's live TV streaming app nexGTv, too, has bagged the official mobile streaming rights for IPL 2013. The nexGtv apps are available for free for iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Symbian, but users, however, are required to subscribe in order to watch all the 76 matches of IPL 6 live on their mobiles. Moreover, it will offer highlights and re-runs on its video-on-demand section.
With all these options available, just chill and never miss any live action during the IPL 6. Also, let us know about your experience.